The Bothell, Seattle and Tacoma campuses are in Healthy Washington Phase 2.
Face coverings are required at all UW campuses and facilities. Learn more.
Teaching assistants prepare course materials while wearing face coverings and gloves, and staying at least 6 feet apart.Whether you’re on campus or taking classes remotely, there are a range of resources available to help make your time at the UW safe and successful.

Husky Coronavirus Testing

Enroll now, especially if you will be on campus for any reason this autumn, or if you live in a campus residence or with other people in a neighborhood near the UW.

Husky PACK Pledge

Developed with student leaders, this pledge outlines the responsibilities all Huskies have to themselves and each other.

Winter quarter FAQ

From remote learning to student support services, this FAQ provides information for making the most of your winter quarter.

What’s open this winter

While many buildings are closed or under modified operations due to COVID-19, there are several spaces where students may still study, grab food, and access programs and services.

Online learning

Make the most of your remote classes with these tips and resources.

Coronavirus FAQ

Answering questions including how to avoid COVID-19 and what to do if you get sick, this FAQ covers a range of topics related to the novel coronavirus.

Husky Health and Well-Being

Connect to health and wellness resources, including mental health resources and the Hall Health Center. And if you left your mask or hand sanitizer at home, you can get safety gear at a Healthy Huskies Vending Machine.

On-campus housing

Housing and Food Services provides information and updates for Seattle campus residents. See similar pages for UW Bothell and UW Tacoma residents.

Off-campus housing

If you plan to live with other students off campus, our sample roommates agreement outlines ways you can prevent COVID-19 together.

 

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Back-to-School Task Force

Learn about the work taking place to promote health and academic excellence during the pandemic.

Sven Haakanson, a curator of Native American anthropology at the Burke Museum, works with artifacts at a lab bench.

Back-to-the-Workplace Task Force

Learn more about the resources and information available to help faculty, academic personnel and staff work safely and productively whether on- or off-campus.